Posted by Alexander Higgins - May 11, 2012 at 12:37 am -
Mike Adams of Natural News revealed on RT today the Michigan State Department of Natural Resources has banned raising feral pigs, on their own accord by making up an arbitrary rule that was not passed by enacted by any legislation. Mike describes how farmers who have been harvesting pigs for decades as their sole source of income are being raided by armed officials at gunpoint who are coercing them to murder entire populations of piglets.
Some farmers have chosen to take on criminal charges by asserting their constitutional right not to be deprived of property without due process while others, in an effort to have a clean criminal record, chose to avoid criminal charges by slaughtering their livestock. As Mike Adams explains if they are allowed to get away with this where does it stop? What prevent them from ordering pet birds, cats or dogs being murdered. Furthermore, our constitution does allow government agencies of the executive branch to just make up rules own their without a legislative mandate.
Legislation needs to be passed by lawmakers. This system of checks and balances is the cornerstone of the foundation of our constitution and our entire system of government. Without such a check and balance we are effectively living in a dictatorship.
The Michigan State Department of Natural Resources has banned raising feral pigs. Many farmers have been harvesting pigs for decades and the practice is their sole source of income. In an effort to have a clean criminal record some have slaughtered their animals, but others refuse to comply with the state’s regulations.
Health Ranger Mike Adams joins us with his take on the matter.
Brutal killing program implemented in Michigan
In Michigan pig farmers are being forced to kill their pigs or face felony charges. The Michigan State Department of Natural Resources has made it illegal to raise feral pigs and if your animal meets one of the nine characteristics it must be eliminated. The new regulations are hurting many farmers who raise pigs as a source of income.